Hampton School is an independent boys’ day school in Hampton, Greater London. Located in a highly desirable corner of South West London, Hampton School occupies 28 acres of land, and is home to first-class facilities, including a state-of-the-art 3G all-weather sports ground, a large multi-purpose sports hall and a professional standard Performing Arts theatre.
The broad curriculum includes art, biology, chemistry, Classics, computing and coding, drama, design and technology, English, geography, history, maths, Modern Languages, music, Sport & PE, physics and PSHE.
Within the co-curricular programme, pupils partake in a range of clubs and societies, such as Adventure Society, Architecture Club, Art Club, Beekeeping Club, Book Club, Chess Club, Computing & Robotics Clubs, Debating, Design and Technology Club, Modern Languages’ Clubs and many others.
In line with the motto Praestat Opes Sapientia (Wisdom surpasses wealth), Hampton encourages every boy to develop to his full academic potential and acquire a wide range of cultural and spiritual values so that he can make sense of the world and seek to improve it.
Address: Hanworth Road Hampton Middlesex TW12 3HD
Admissions info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8979 9273
School Type: Independent day school for boys
Number of Students: 1,243 (approx.)
Open day: October, November, March, April, May
10+ Exam Date: November
10+ Exam Type / Board: School’s own
The school hosts visitor events (Visitor Afternoons and Visitor Mornings) which provide parents and boys with the opportunity to look around the school during a normal working day, and to meet staff members and current pupils.
The visit includes a presentation from the Headmaster and other senior staff, as well as a Q&A with current pupils. The tour of the school concludes with refreshments and the opportunity for an informal chat with current staff and pupils.
For the Visitor Afternoons and Visitor Mornings, early booking is highly recommended. This can be done online on the school’s website, or arranged with Admissions.
Boys will sit the 10+ Advance Place examination in the November of Year 5. Successful performance in the examination guarantees a place in the First Year (Year 7) at 11+.
The school offers approximately 35 places each year, welcoming applications from parents of boys attending primary schools and independent preparatory schools which finish at the end of Year 6.
The 10+ exam is intended for boys who feel that they are ready to sit a formal exam and thus wish to reduce the complexities and uncertainties of the 11+ assessments in Year 6.
The examinations assess English and mathematics skills. Places are offered approximately two weeks after the exam and acceptances should be made in March, along with a non-refundable deposit of £1,600. A 20 minute interview with a teaching staff member is also a part of the 10+ assessment process, taking place after the exam.
Boys who accept a 10+ Advance Place are not required to sit the 11+ entrance exam the following year unless they wish to apply for a scholarship or bursary. Those who decline the offer a place, or who are not successful in the 10+ exam, will be invited to sit the 11+ exam in the January of Year 6.
To register your son for the 10+ examination, please complete the online registration available on the school’s website. The registration fee covers both the 10+ and 11+ exams. The closing date for registration is in October. Places are awarded approximately two weeks after the exam.
Note that a reference from your son’s current school will also be requested.
The 10+ Advance Place examination consist of the following papers:
The 10+ papers are similar in style to the 11+ exam. The English writing paper (essay) aims to evaluate your child’s writing skills, whilst the maths paper is designed to examine your child’s skills in problem-solving and arithmetic.
Please see below for further details and recommendations on how to prepare for the Hampton School 10+ exam.
To successfully prepare your child for the Hampton School’s 10+ entrance exam, we recommend using practice tests. Our resources fully reflect the actual 10+ exam by covering all the question types that could come up, whilst helping your child become familiar with the exam layout.
Coupled with a structured study plan, our practice tests will help you define any weak areas that require additional work at the earliest. They will also help you recognise your child’s strengths, resulting in a significant boost of their confidence in the lead up to the big day. Furthermore, they will get used to answering questions quickly and effectively, under time pressure.
Our resources are designed to be age-appropriate, yet challenging, and, as such, they are used successfully by tens of thousands of students every year. Please see below our recommended packs to help you prepare your child for the Hampton School 10 plus entrance examinations.
English practice papers, ideal for Hampton School ten plus (10+) exam preparation:
Maths practice papers, ideal for Hampton School ten plus (10+) exam preparation:
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